Victorian Places - The Grampians Victoria, 1933 Hop on the historic W-class tram and hop off at any one of over 1600 destinations throughout Victoria (Australia). Along the way you can discover the history of every town, city, suburb, village and settlement with a population of over 200 people.
The Victorian Heritage Database is a “fully searchable online database containing information about Victorian Heritage Places and Precincts, including statements of significance, physical descriptions, historical information, builder, architectural style, photographs and heritage overlay number”.
digitised record - Eight Hours Anniversary Committee., Melbourne - eMelbourne - The Encyclopedia of Melbourne Online
digitised record - Eight Hours Anniversary Committee., Melbourne - eMelbourne - The Encyclopedia of Melbourne Online, eMelbourne is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database about Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, with links to related articles and images.
Victoria Government Gazette – Online Archive 1836–1997
The Victoria Government Gazette (1836 - 1997) is an online archive of official government documents from the District of Port Phillip in the colony of New South Wales, the Colony of Victoria, and the State Government of Victoria. A searchable index is used to locate pages from the Gazettes, which are also available in PDF.
The Eurekapedia wiki explores the people and stories that lie parallel to the development of Australian democracy and culture. The significant narratives of goldfields agitation, the Ballarat Reform League, and the events leading to the battle at the Eureka Stockade, the only civil uprising on Australian soil, are central to the development of Australia as a democratic country
Australian Common Reader
Australian Common Reader is a database of library loan records from across the country. Through it, you can explore the reading habits of Australians since the nineteenth century. Discover how global literary culture circulated in Australia: what books were being read by women and men, teachers and miners and more.